National Gallery of Arts sets up unit against corruption

The National Gallery of Arts has set up its Anti-corruption Unit, in compliance with the Federal Government, through the Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission, ICPC.National Gallery of Arts

Setting up the unit on Wednesday August 29, Dio Emmanuel, Chief Superintendent, ICPC, said “the ACTU being inaugurated today is an initiative of the ICPC…The approval for the establishment of ACTU is dated, through the circular from the Head of Service in 2001.” He said the main duty of the unit is to check corruption. “We at the National Gallery of Arts, as you are are aware, we have very limited resources available. We must work towards providing services to the nation.National Gallery of Arts

Whatever we do, I have charged the committee, that ‘if you hear anything, commence the investigation immediately and have the open hands. Everything that we do is in the open, and I’m happy that today we are inaugurating this committee,” Abdullahi Muku, said while addressing the members. The induction was supported by the Indecent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offence Commission, ICPC.

The National Gallery of Arts has set up its Anti-corruption Unit, in compliance with the Federal Government, through the Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission, ICPC. Setting up the unit on Wednesday August 29, Dio Emmanuel, Chief Superintendent, ICPC, said “the ACTU being inaugurated today is an initiative of the ICPC…The approval for the establishment of ACTU is dated, through the circular from the Head of Service in 2001.” He said the main duty of the unit is to check corruption. “We at the National Gallery of Arts, as you are are aware, we have very limited resources available. We must work towards providing services to the nation. Whatever we do, I have charged the committee, that ‘if you hear anything, commence the investigation immediately and have the open hands. Everything that we do is in the open, and I’m happy that today we are inaugurating this committee,” Abdullahi Muku, said while addressing the members. The induction was supported by the Indecent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offence Commission, ICPC.

The National Gallery of Arts has set up its Anti-corruption Unit, in compliance with the Federal Government, through the Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission, ICPC. Setting up the unit on Wednesday August 29, Dio Emmanuel, Chief Superintendent, ICPC, said “the ACTU being inaugurated today is an initiative of the ICPC…The approval for the establishment of ACTU is dated, through the circular from the Head of Service in 2001.” He said the main duty of the unit is to check corruption. “We at the National Gallery of Arts, as you are are aware, we have very limited resources available. We must work towards providing services to the nation. Whatever we do, I have charged the committee, that ‘if you hear anything, commence the investigation immediately and have the open hands. Everything that we do is in the open, and I’m happy that today we are inaugurating this committee,” Abdullahi Muku, said while addressing the members. The induction was supported by the Indecent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offence Commission, ICPC.

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